T-Mobile is the official carrier in the US for Google’s latest Nexus 4, but what about markets outside the US? We now know who the officially carrying it in the UK, as carrier O2 has announced that they will offer the phone on their network when it launches. Rumor has it that the carrier has exclusivity for at least one month, and other carriers have stayed quiet on the matter.
One thing we don’t know is what the on-contract price for the device will be, and with the UK off-contract prices being £239 for 8GB, £279 for 16GB it would be a tough sell at anything above £100. We’ll have to see what happens in the next few weeks before the device launches, but it’s good to hear that Google is partnering with at least a few carriers.